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About

It’s our pleasure to announce that the Lean Forum’20 dates are September 29th and October 1st.

Having taken into consideration the potential risks and requests of those representing the participating companies, as well as strictly following the priority to put participants and speakers’ safety first, the decision was made to hold a remote Lean Forum 2020

Such event format and team registration of a number of companies have created additional benefits – the opportunity to invite more top-level global experts and offer an expanded programme which will render additional value to the Forum.

The main theme of Lean forum 2020 – how to create the organization, where people are willing and able to solve problems.

For the purpose to create more value and present relevant information for each management function the forum’s agenda on Oct. 1st is comprised of separate sessions for:

  • CEOs
  • Middle managers, responsible for strategy’s implementation
  • Lean leaders

There will be simultaneous translation into English.
Each participant will receive individual logging code to the platform.

We invite to participate with the team! The greatest benefit and base for faster progress “Lean forum 2020” will deliver if leaders join to learn together with their teams that are responsible for strategy’s execution.

Create the sustainable organization, where people are willing and able to solve problems!

Looking forward to meeting you at the Lean Forum 2020! And once the risks of the pandemic subside, we will be happy to see you again at live in-person events and community meetings.

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Speakers

prof. Jeffrey Liker About speaker

prof. Jeffrey Liker

Author of "The Toyota Way"
Pascal Dennis About speaker

Pascal Dennis

President of "Lean Pathways"
Patrick Graupp About speaker

Patrick Graupp

"TWI Institute" Vice President & Senior Master Trainer
Algimantas Markauskas About speaker

Algimantas Markauskas

„Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics“ CEO
Edvardas Liachovičius About speaker

Edvardas Liachovičius

„Girteka Logistics“ CEO
Žilvinas Lapinskas About speaker

Žilvinas Lapinskas

„FL Technics“ CEO
Raimundas Petrauskas About speaker

Raimundas Petrauskas

„Schmitz Cargobull Baltic“ CEO
Aušra Žemaitienė About speaker

Aušra Žemaitienė

„Mars Lithuania“ CEO
Žygimantas Mauricas About speaker

Žygimantas Mauricas

Chief economist at bank "Luminor"
Joakim Bjurstrom About speaker

Joakim Bjurstrom

"TWI Institute" Master Trainer
Iva Berna About speaker

Iva Berna

Senior Consultant, TWI Job Relations, DMC management consulting Czech Republic/TWI Institute C. Europe
Jurgis Polujanskas About speaker

Jurgis Polujanskas

„Kurana“ CEO
Darius Masionis About speaker

Darius Masionis

„CIE LT Forge“ CEO
Esben Jakobsen About speaker

Esben Jakobsen

„Jacobsen Home“ Managing Director
Vidas Petraitis About speaker

Vidas Petraitis

„Nortus“ Director
Paulius Motiejūnas About speaker

Paulius Motiejūnas

President of the Kaunas basketball club „Žalgiris“
Alina Štura About speaker

Alina Štura

„Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics“ Business Excellence Manager
Darius Klimas About speaker

Darius Klimas

„FL Technics" Head of Business Processes Quality Department
Andrius Jūrelė About speaker

Andrius Jūrelė

EY Associate Partner
prof. Eugenijus Laurinaitis About speaker

prof. Eugenijus Laurinaitis

General Secretary of the European Association for Psychotherapy
Marius Skersys About speaker

Marius Skersys

„Nortus“ Director
Linas Bagdonas About speaker

Linas Bagdonas

„Nortus“ Senior consultant
Audrius Leščiauskas About speaker

Audrius Leščiauskas

„Nortus“ Senior consultant
Andrius Severinas About speaker

Andrius Severinas

„Baltijos Brasta“ project manager
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prof. Jeffrey Liker

Author of "The Toyota Way"

Dr. Jeffrey K. Liker is Professor of Industrial and Operations Engineering at the University of Michigan, owner of Liker Lean Advisors, LLC,  Partner in The Toyota Way Academy, and Partner in Lean Leadership Institute. Dr. Liker has authored or co-authored over 75 articles and book chapters and eleven books.

He is author of the international best-seller, The Toyota Way: 14 Management Principles from the World’s Greatest Manufacturer, McGraw-Hill, 2004 which speaks to the underlying philosophy and principles that drive Toyota’s quality and efficiency-obsessed culture. The companion (with David Meier) The Toyota Way Fieldbook, McGraw Hill, 2005 details how companies can learn from the Toyota Way principles. His book with Jim Morgan, The Toyota Product Development System, Productivity Press, 2006, is the first that details the product development side of Toyota. Additional books in The Toyota Way Series are (with David Meier), Toyota Talent: Developing exceptional people the Toyota Way (May, 2007), (with Michael Hoseus) Toyota Culture: The Heart and Soul of the Toyota Way (January, 2008), (with Gary Convis) The Toyota Way to Lean Leadership (2012), (with James Franz) The Toyota Way to Continuous Improvement (2012), (with Tim Ogden) Toyota Under Fire  (2012), and (with George Trachilis) Developing Lean Leaders The Toyota Way  (2014). His articles and books have won eleven Shingo Prizes for Research Excellence and The Toyota Way also won the 2005 Institute of Industrial Engineers Book of the Year Award and 2007 Sloan Industry Studies Book of the Year.

In 2012 he was inducted into the Association of Manufacturing Excellence Hall of Fame. He is a frequent keynote speaker and consultant. Recent clients include Caterpillar, Applied Materials, Siemens, Dover Industries, Kraft-Oscar Meyer, Alcatel-Lucent, Hertz, Solar Turbine, Art Van Furniture and Henry Ford Health Systems.

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Pascal Dennis

President of "Lean Pathways"

Pascal Dennis is the President of Lean Pathways Inc., a successful international consultancy, and the author of the books on Lean management: Getting the Right Things Done – a Leader’s Guide to Planning and Execution, Lean Production Simplified, Andy & Me: Crisis and Transformation on the Lean Journey,all of which have won the coveted Shingo Prize for outstanding research in the field of operational excellence. His clients include Fortune 500 companies like Kimberly- Clark, Lockheed Martin, and Magna International, as well as leading health care, construction, and financial services firms. Dennis learned the Toyota Business System in leadership positions at Toyota Cambridge, one of Toyota’s best plants, and has worked with leading Toyota senseis in North America and Japan.

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Patrick Graupp

"TWI Institute" Vice President & Senior Master Trainer

Patrick began his training career at the SANYO Electric Corporate Training Center in Japan after graduating with Highest Honors from Drexel University in 1980. There he learned to deliver TWI from his mentor Kazuhiko Shibuya. Mr. Shibuya was trained by Kenji Ogawa who was trained by the four TWI Inc. trainers sent from the US to help Japan rebuild industry in 1951. Patrick earned an MBA from Boston University while heading Sanyo’s global training effort. He was later promoted to the head of Human Resources for SANYO North America Corp. in San Diego, CA where he settled.

Patrick partnered with Bob Wrona in 2001 to conduct TWI pilot projects in Syracuse, NY that became the foundation for the TWI Institute which has since trained a rapidly expanding global network of over 800 certified trainers who are now delivering TWI training in the manufacturing, health care, construction, energy, and service industries in the US and around the globe. These efforts were outlined in their book The TWI Workbook: Essential Skills for Supervisors, a Shingo Research and Professional Publication Prize Recipient for 2007. Patrick is also the author of Implementing TWI: Creating and Managing a Skills-Based Culture which was published by Productivity Press in 2010, Getting to Standard Work in Health Care: Using TWI to Create a Foundation for Quality Care published by CRC Press in 2012 and Building a Global Learning Organization: Using TWI to Succeed with Strategic Workforce Expansion in the LEGO group published by CRC Press in 2014.

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Algimantas Markauskas

„Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics“ CEO
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Edvardas Liachovičius

„Girteka Logistics“ CEO
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Žilvinas Lapinskas

„FL Technics“ CEO
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close Raimundas Petrauskas

Raimundas Petrauskas

„Schmitz Cargobull Baltic“ CEO
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close Aušra Žemaitienė

Aušra Žemaitienė

„Mars Lithuania“ CEO
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Žygimantas Mauricas

Chief economist at bank "Luminor"
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Joakim Bjurstrom

"TWI Institute" Master Trainer
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Iva Berna

Senior Consultant, TWI Job Relations, DMC management consulting Czech Republic/TWI Institute C. Europe

After 14 years of experience in various marketing, management and market development positions in multinational companies (e.g. Boots Healthcare, T-mobile) Iva became a management consultant in DMC management consulting, a member of TWI Institute USA Global Partners Network. Aside from trainings, Iva is concentrating on company culture, employer branding, and people development and communication projects. She’s been conducting various trainings and workshops for many companies, e.g. Aramark, Rockwool, Teleperformance, Faurecia Automotive, Halla Visteon, Hanon, Tower Automotive, Penta Investments, Czech Television, Brose, Rocco Forte Hotels.

Since 2017 she worked on training and implementing TWI Job Relations projects (Robert Bosch, Knorr-Bremse, Aoyama Automotive Fasteners, Eissmann Automotive, Olympus Surgical Technologies, Elster Honeywell).

DMC management consulting as TWI Institute Central Europe is a member of TWI Institute USA Global Partner Network, supporting companies in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, and former Yugoslavia through implementing TWI methods. Since the establishment of the TWI Institute Central Europe in 2010, more than 3 800 people in 110 companies were trained in one or more TWI methods.

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Jurgis Polujanskas

„Kurana“ CEO
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Darius Masionis

„CIE LT Forge“ CEO
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close Esben Jakobsen

Esben Jakobsen

„Jacobsen Home“ Managing Director
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Vidas Petraitis

„Nortus“ Director
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close Paulius Motiejūnas

Paulius Motiejūnas

President of the Kaunas basketball club „Žalgiris“
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Alina Štura

„Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics“ Business Excellence Manager
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Darius Klimas

„FL Technics" Head of Business Processes Quality Department
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Andrius Jūrelė

EY Associate Partner
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prof. Eugenijus Laurinaitis

General Secretary of the European Association for Psychotherapy
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Marius Skersys

„Nortus“ Director
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Linas Bagdonas

„Nortus“ Senior consultant
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Audrius Leščiauskas

„Nortus“ Senior consultant
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Andrius Severinas

„Baltijos Brasta“ project manager
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Schedule

Lean Forum Sept 29th and Oct 1st, 2020

September 29th (Tuesday)

time 12.30 - 13.00
Logging to the forum's platform
time 13.00 - 13.10
Opening and introduction to the forum’s agenda

Vidas Petraitis, „Nortus“ director

Vidas Petraitis, „Nortus“ director

time 13.10 - 13.35
It's impossible to step into the same river twice: how economy will change after Covid-19?

dr. Žygimantas Mauricas, chief economist at „Luminor bank“

dr. Žygimantas Mauricas, chief economist at „Luminor bank“

time 13.35 - 14.10
The Toyota Way in a Crisis: Keep Calm and Manage Stably

prof. Jeffrey Liker, the Author of “The Toyota Way”

prof. Jeffrey Liker, the Author of “The Toyota Way”

time 14.10 - 14.15
Time for questions
time 14.15 - 14.50
Problem Solving and the Resilient Company. How to create the organization, where people are willing and able to solve problems

Pascal Dennis, President of “Lean Pathways”

Pascal Dennis, President of “Lean Pathways”

time 14.50 - 15.10
Coffee break
time 15.10 - 15.30
Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics practice: how we created the system of people who are willing and able to solve problems and sustain it

Algimantas Markauskas, „Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics“ CEO

Algimantas Markauskas, „Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics“ CEO

time 15.30 - 16.00
The most significant managers competencies according TWI method

Patrick Graupp, Vice President & Senior Master Trainer, TWI Institute

Patrick Graupp, Vice President & Senior Master Trainer, TWI Institute

time 16.00 - 16.15
Award ceremony of Lean excellence achievements

Vidas Petraitis, „Nortus“ director

Vidas Petraitis, „Nortus“ director

time 16.15 - 16.20
Closing remarks of the forum’s 1st day

Vidas Petraitis, „Nortus“ director

Vidas Petraitis, „Nortus“ director

October 1st (Thursday)

CEO session

room

Moderator: Vidas Petraitis,

„Nortus“ director

time 11.00 - 11.10
Introduction

 

 

 

 

time 11.10 - 11.35
Job relations (TWI JR) for CEOs: how systematically take care of people and prevent problems. Practical method of implementing leadership

Patrick Graupp, Vice President & Senior Master Trainer at “TWI Institute”

Patrick Graupp, Vice President & Senior Master Trainer at “TWI Institute”

time 11.35 - 12.00
18 % Productivity Growth through Building a Good Relations Culture with TWI Job Relations. 18 months story of a large international automotive parts producer Robert Bosch (Czech Republic, 400 employees)

Iva Berna, Senior Consultant, TWI Job Relations and Kata Trainer
DMC management consulting Czech Republic/TWI Institute Central Europe

Iva Berna, Senior Consultant, TWI Job Relations and Kata Trainer
DMC management consulting Czech Republic/TWI Institute Central Europe

time 12.00 - 12.40
Discussion: My as CEO's challenges creating the system of people who are able and willing to solve problems

Algimantas Markauskas, „Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics“ CEO
Edvardas Liachovičius, „Girteka Logistics“ CEO
Žilvinas Lapinskas, „FL Technics“ CEO
Raimundas Petrauskas, „Schmitz Cargobull Baltic“ CEO
Aušra Žemaitienė, „Mars Lithuania“ CEO

Algimantas Markauskas, „Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics“ CEO
Edvardas Liachovičius, „Girteka Logistics“ CEO
Žilvinas Lapinskas, „FL Technics“ CEO
Raimundas Petrauskas, „Schmitz Cargobull Baltic“ CEO
Aušra Žemaitienė, „Mars Lithuania“ CEO

time 12.40 - 13.30
Lunch

 

 

 

 

 

 

time 13.30 - 14.10
Covid 19 experience and lessons learnt that will help in the future

Darius Masionis, „CIE LT Forge“ CEO
Esben Jakobsen, „Jacobsen Home“ CEO
Jurgis Polujanskas, „Kurana“ CEO

Darius Masionis, „CIE LT Forge“ CEO
Esben Jakobsen, „Jacobsen Home“ CEO
Jurgis Polujanskas, „Kurana“ CEO

time 14.10 - 14.15
Time for questions
time 14.15 - 15.00
CEO Role in Strategy and Execution: Aligning leaders at all levels What are the key roles of a CEO to create a high performing organization with high engagement in Continuous Improvement?

prof. Jeffrey Liker, Author of “The Toyota Way”

prof. Jeffrey Liker, Author of “The Toyota Way”

Session of Middle Executives

(managers responsible for strategy and change execution through people)

room

Moderator: Marius Skersys,

„Nortus“ director

time 11.00 - 11.10
Introduction

Marius Skersys, „Nortus“ director

Marius Skersys, „Nortus“ director

time 11.10 - 11.40
The manager’s coaching skills – Job instructions (JI)

Marius Skersys, „Nortus“ director

Marius Skersys, „Nortus“ director

time 11.40 - 12.05
The manager’s job relation prevention and problem solving skills – Job relations (JR)

Patrick Graupp, Vice President & Senior Master Trainer at “TWI Institute”

Patrick Graupp, Vice President & Senior Master Trainer at “TWI Institute”

time 12.05 - 12.30
The manager’s skills of methods improvement – Job methods (JM)

Patrick Graupp, Vice President & Senior Master Trainer at “TWI Institute”

Patrick Graupp, Vice President & Senior Master Trainer at “TWI Institute”

time 12.30 - 12.40
Time for questions
time 12.40 - 13.30
Lunch
time 13.30 - 13.50
Business case of TWI Job instructions: how beginners after 1 month outperformed by 25 % KPIs of experienced colleagues

Darius Klimas, Head of Business Processes uality Department at „FL Technics“

Darius Klimas, Head of Business Processes uality Department at „FL Technics“

time 13.50 -14.15
18 % Productivity Growth through Building a Good Relations Culture with TWI Job Relations. 18 months story of a large international automotive parts producer Robert Bosch (Czech Republic, 400 employees)

Iva Berna, Senior Consultant, TWI Job Relations and Kata Trainer
DMC management consulting Czech Republic/TWI Institute Central Europe

Iva Berna, Senior Consultant, TWI Job Relations and Kata Trainer
DMC management consulting Czech Republic/TWI Institute Central Europe

time 14.15 - 14.40
How to eliminate little value work from daily agenda and release time for improvements

Linas Bagdonas, „Nortus“ senior consultant

 

Linas Bagdonas, „Nortus“ senior consultant

 

time 14.40 - 15.00
Business case: optimization of managers work

Andrius Serapinas, „Baltijos brasta“ project manager

Andrius Serapinas, „Baltijos brasta“ project manager

Inner Lean managers

(business processes, system improvement, effectiveness managers)

room

Moderator: Audrius Leščiauskas

„Nortus“ senior consultant

time 11.00 - 11.10
Introduction
time 11.10 - 11.45
Searching for a sustainable way to achieve rapid progress? Toyota Kata – pattern to build the skills for continuous improvement

Joakim Bjurstrom, “TWI Institute” Master Trainer for the Toyota Kata

Joakim Bjurstrom, “TWI Institute” Master Trainer for the Toyota Kata

time 11.45 - 12.10
How job relations management (TWI JR) ensures higher people engagement

Marius Skersys, “Nortus” director

Marius Skersys, “Nortus” director

time 12.10 - 12.35
Translating Lean Fundamentals for a Digital World

Pascal Dennis, “Lean Pathways” President

Pascal Dennis, “Lean Pathways” President

time 12.35 - 12.40
Time for questions
time 12.40 - 13.30
Lunch
time 13.30 -14.05
Stop Implementing Solutions and Begin Developing a Culture of Continuous Improvement

prof. Jeffrey Liker, Author of “The Toyota Way”

prof. Jeffrey Liker, Author of “The Toyota Way”

time 14.05 - 14.25
The journey of Lean manager: starting with tools application to sustaining the culture

Alina Štura, „Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics“ manager of business systems excellence

Alina Štura, „Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics“ manager of business systems excellence

time 14.25 - 15.00
Discussion: How Lean method and principles helped during Covid19 period? What are the biggest goals and challenges we are preparing for?

Deividas Akelis, „PakMarkas“ Lean manager
Andrius Jurele, EY Associate partner

Deividas Akelis, „PakMarkas“ Lean manager
Andrius Jurele, EY Associate partner

time 11.00 - 11.10
Introduction

 

 

 

 

time 11.10 - 11.35
Job relations (TWI JR) for CEOs: how systematically take care of people and prevent problems. Practical method of implementing leadership

Patrick Graupp, Vice President & Senior Master Trainer at “TWI Institute”

Patrick Graupp, Vice President & Senior Master Trainer at “TWI Institute”

time 11.35 - 12.00
18 % Productivity Growth through Building a Good Relations Culture with TWI Job Relations. 18 months story of a large international automotive parts producer Robert Bosch (Czech Republic, 400 employees)

Iva Berna, Senior Consultant, TWI Job Relations and Kata Trainer
DMC management consulting Czech Republic/TWI Institute Central Europe

Iva Berna, Senior Consultant, TWI Job Relations and Kata Trainer
DMC management consulting Czech Republic/TWI Institute Central Europe

time 12.00 - 12.40
Discussion: My as CEO's challenges creating the system of people who are able and willing to solve problems

Algimantas Markauskas, „Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics“ CEO
Edvardas Liachovičius, „Girteka Logistics“ CEO
Žilvinas Lapinskas, „FL Technics“ CEO
Raimundas Petrauskas, „Schmitz Cargobull Baltic“ CEO
Aušra Žemaitienė, „Mars Lithuania“ CEO

Algimantas Markauskas, „Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics“ CEO
Edvardas Liachovičius, „Girteka Logistics“ CEO
Žilvinas Lapinskas, „FL Technics“ CEO
Raimundas Petrauskas, „Schmitz Cargobull Baltic“ CEO
Aušra Žemaitienė, „Mars Lithuania“ CEO

time 12.40 - 13.30
Lunch

 

 

 

 

 

 

time 13.30 - 14.10
Covid 19 experience and lessons learnt that will help in the future

Darius Masionis, „CIE LT Forge“ CEO
Esben Jakobsen, „Jacobsen Home“ CEO
Jurgis Polujanskas, „Kurana“ CEO

Darius Masionis, „CIE LT Forge“ CEO
Esben Jakobsen, „Jacobsen Home“ CEO
Jurgis Polujanskas, „Kurana“ CEO

time 14.10 - 14.15
Time for questions
time 14.15 - 15.00
CEO Role in Strategy and Execution: Aligning leaders at all levels What are the key roles of a CEO to create a high performing organization with high engagement in Continuous Improvement?

prof. Jeffrey Liker, Author of “The Toyota Way”

prof. Jeffrey Liker, Author of “The Toyota Way”

time 11.00 - 11.10
Introduction

Marius Skersys, „Nortus“ director

Marius Skersys, „Nortus“ director

time 11.10 - 11.40
The manager’s coaching skills – Job instructions (JI)

Marius Skersys, „Nortus“ director

Marius Skersys, „Nortus“ director

time 11.40 - 12.05
The manager’s job relation prevention and problem solving skills – Job relations (JR)

Patrick Graupp, Vice President & Senior Master Trainer at “TWI Institute”

Patrick Graupp, Vice President & Senior Master Trainer at “TWI Institute”

time 12.05 - 12.30
The manager’s skills of methods improvement – Job methods (JM)

Patrick Graupp, Vice President & Senior Master Trainer at “TWI Institute”

Patrick Graupp, Vice President & Senior Master Trainer at “TWI Institute”

time 12.30 - 12.40
Time for questions
time 12.40 - 13.30
Lunch
time 13.30 - 13.50
Business case of TWI Job instructions: how beginners after 1 month outperformed by 25 % KPIs of experienced colleagues

Darius Klimas, Head of Business Processes uality Department at „FL Technics“

Darius Klimas, Head of Business Processes uality Department at „FL Technics“

time 13.50 -14.15
18 % Productivity Growth through Building a Good Relations Culture with TWI Job Relations. 18 months story of a large international automotive parts producer Robert Bosch (Czech Republic, 400 employees)

Iva Berna, Senior Consultant, TWI Job Relations and Kata Trainer
DMC management consulting Czech Republic/TWI Institute Central Europe

Iva Berna, Senior Consultant, TWI Job Relations and Kata Trainer
DMC management consulting Czech Republic/TWI Institute Central Europe

time 14.15 - 14.40
How to eliminate little value work from daily agenda and release time for improvements

Linas Bagdonas, „Nortus“ senior consultant

 

Linas Bagdonas, „Nortus“ senior consultant

 

time 14.40 - 15.00
Business case: optimization of managers work

Andrius Serapinas, „Baltijos brasta“ project manager

Andrius Serapinas, „Baltijos brasta“ project manager

time 11.00 - 11.10
Introduction
time 11.10 - 11.45
Searching for a sustainable way to achieve rapid progress? Toyota Kata – pattern to build the skills for continuous improvement

Joakim Bjurstrom, “TWI Institute” Master Trainer for the Toyota Kata

Joakim Bjurstrom, “TWI Institute” Master Trainer for the Toyota Kata

time 11.45 - 12.10
How job relations management (TWI JR) ensures higher people engagement

Marius Skersys, “Nortus” director

Marius Skersys, “Nortus” director

time 12.10 - 12.35
Translating Lean Fundamentals for a Digital World

Pascal Dennis, “Lean Pathways” President

Pascal Dennis, “Lean Pathways” President

time 12.35 - 12.40
Time for questions
time 12.40 - 13.30
Lunch
time 13.30 -14.05
Stop Implementing Solutions and Begin Developing a Culture of Continuous Improvement

prof. Jeffrey Liker, Author of “The Toyota Way”

prof. Jeffrey Liker, Author of “The Toyota Way”

time 14.05 - 14.25
The journey of Lean manager: starting with tools application to sustaining the culture

Alina Štura, „Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics“ manager of business systems excellence

Alina Štura, „Thermo Fisher Scientific Baltics“ manager of business systems excellence

time 14.25 - 15.00
Discussion: How Lean method and principles helped during Covid19 period? What are the biggest goals and challenges we are preparing for?

Deividas Akelis, „PakMarkas“ Lean manager
Andrius Jurele, EY Associate partner

Deividas Akelis, „PakMarkas“ Lean manager
Andrius Jurele, EY Associate partner

time 15.00 - 15.15
Coffee break
time 15.15 - 15.50
Getting the Right Things Done - and Making It Stick

Pascal Dennis, “Lean Pathways” President

Pascal Dennis, “Lean Pathways” President

time 15.50 - 16.10
Lean lessons and achievements in the basketball club's „Žalgiris“ battles

Paulius Motiejūnas, President of the Kaunas „Žalgiris” basketball club

Paulius Motiejūnas, President of the Kaunas „Žalgiris” basketball club

time 16.10 - 16.35
What unites and what divides us: seen and invisible aspects of group life

Prof. Eugenijus Laurinaitis, General Secretary of the European Association for Psychotherapy

Prof. Eugenijus Laurinaitis, General Secretary of the European Association for Psychotherapy

time 16.35 - 16.40
Closing remarks of the forum

Vidas Petraitis, „Nortus“ director

Vidas Petraitis, „Nortus“ director

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